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With the release of Schema Compare for Oracle V3.1.3, the one Ignore Storage Option was split into 7 separate options (plus the Include All Storage Options). One of the 7 separate options is the “tablespaces and partitioning”.
Please consider splitting the option into two separate options one for "tablespaces' and the other for 'partitioning'.9 votes
This was released in v 5.7.12.
Add the ability to use a simple wild character when configuring a filter in Source Control for Oracle
The filtering limitation to just “contains” is really frustrating and very time consuming.
· How hard can it be to use one simple wild card (“” or “%”) to define patterns? That way I can specify a specific object name, i.e. “s” or all objects starting with, i.e. “s”, or any object containing, i.e. “s”, or any object ending with, i.e. “*s”. This would add so much for so little. This seems to be an enormous oversight and by far my single biggest frustration with the tool.
· Not as important but useful would be being…18 votes
Try using the new ignore rules feature and regular expressions to limit your comparisons – https://documentation.red-gate.com/dco5/setting-up-the-comparison/using-ignore-rules.
Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you!
It is not possible to see the entire database name in Schema Compare (and I think elsewhere)... The text fiield is too short. Have a screenshot if desired.1 vote
This has been released with the latest update 18.104.22.1687
Support an LDAP connection, so the server name is not required. We would like to use a server alias only, so that all developers don't have to know or update the server name locally.10 votes
I’ve got a working prototype that allow connections via LDAP. You will need to have the oracle client installed and in the TNS Connection – Network Alias field enter the ldap server alias.
I have now extended this to allow “OS Authentication” which seems to work on my very simple AD implementation.
This is now in our latest release via “Check for Updates”
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